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Dr. John Torous, director of the digital psychiatry division at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, discusses the rising need for digital tools under social distancing orders.
Deep Dive: Technology has a role to play as the best solution that connects data between providers and the community.
Deep Dive: From clinical decision support to revenue cycle to cybersecurity, machine learning algorithms are already transforming healthcare – but so much depends on how they're implemented.
Health systems all over the world are addressing the needs of COVID-19 patients with chatbots, drive-through clinics and telemedicine.
In the first episode of The Alessi Agenda, Kevin Fenton, director of public health and wellbeing at Southwark, says new technologies can help healthcare build upon its existing infrastructure, but also evolve as patient needs change.
The Houston ENT & Allergy Clinic also increased its referral conversion by 35%, which translated to an additional $500,000 in annual revenue.
(Sponsored) Learn how University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, a global digital exemplar in the UK, has prioritized patient-centricity with an open platform and integrated technology to achieve high levels of digital maturity.
In the first edition of the HIMSS TV series Assimilation, we take a tour of Inova Fairfax Hospital, where residents in training and physicians use the latest operative simulators and immersive 3D to sharpen their skills.
(Sponsored) Reducing clinician burnout can be supported by uPerform, which can ensure that hospitals maximize the potential of their EPR, as outlined by Johnathan Pascall, EMEA healthcare sales director at ANCILE Solutions.
(Sponsored) Speech recognition can increase the time clinicians spend with patients, and using the technology in the cloud will ensure clinicians are less restricted, says Dr. Simon Wallace, CCIO at Nuance Communications UK Ltd.